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Allergy Medication: The EpiKey by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Fri 16 Jul 2010 12:00am Epipens® and Twinjects® are a wonderful medical device that save lives of those experiencing an anaphylactic reaction due to food, insect sting or latex allergy. I also find them to be bulky and I worry about my child carrying the medicine as a teen and young adult. It turns out someone else was worried about that too. TCB Medical Devices has de ... Read on »
Pregnancy: Home Pregnancy Tests by Gwen G. Registered Nurse Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm 1 Comment Most women become aware of a pregnancy when they have missed a period and may have some other pregnancy symptoms such as morning nausea etc., it’s at this point, that they want to be sure of the pregnancy. The home pregnancy test is very simple and can tell you in just 5 minutes, whether you are pregnant or not. It’s easily available off the s ... Read on »
Avoid Certain Allergy Medications if you Have Food Allergies by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:12pm I've said it before, I'll shout it again: If you have a dairy allergy, do not take certain tablets of Zyrtec, Benadryl and Singulair. Do not use the inhaler Advair. All contain dairy. They're not labelled clearly, but a call to the customer service departments of these drugs confirms that those with a milk allergy should not take these ... Read on »
Food Allergy Alert- Recall of Allergy Medications by Food Allergy Assistant Facebook Posted Mon 06 Dec 2010 12:00am This is getting tiresome and time consuming, but there has been another recall of medications that may affect the allergy community. All Benadryl Fastmelt products, as well as Jr. Motrin, have been recalled by McNeil Consumer Healthcare. Go check your medicine cabinet and then check here for details of the recall . For a f ... Read on »
What Are The Harms Of Allergy Medications? by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Aug 2011 7:36am My health history included seasonal allergies. When I was younger, nutritionally depleted and stressed, you would find me all googly eyed, kleenex box in hand from August 15th until the first freeze in October. I tried over the counter drugs for this ragweed allergy or hayfever as it’s often called. Everyone else popped those over t ... Read on »
Say No To Allergy Medications by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 04 Mar 2009 2:09pm My health history included seasonal allergies. When I was younger, nutritionally depleted and stressed, you would find me googly eyed, kleenex box in hand from August 15th until the first freeze in October. I will admit that I did try drugs for my ragweed allergy or hayfever as it's often called. Everyone else popped those over the co ... Read on »
Don't Take Allergy Medications by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 06 Aug 2009 10:03pm My health history included seasonal allergies. When I was younger, nutritionally depleted and stressed, you would find me googly eyed, kleenex box in hand from August 15th until the first freeze in October.  I tried over the counter drugs for this ragweed allergy or hayfever as it's often called. Everyone else popped those over the co ... Read on »
Say No To Spring Allergy Medications by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 31 Mar 2010 4:52am My health history included seasonal allergies. When I was younger, nutritionally depleted and stressed, you would find me googly eyed, kleenex box in hand from August 15th until the first freeze in October. I will admit that I did try drugs for my ragweed allergy or hayfever as it’s often called. Right now pollen sets people off. Ev ... Read on »
Side Effects Of Allergy Medications by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 23 Mar 2011 7:00am My personal health history includes seasonal allergies. When I was younger, nutritionally depleted and stressed, you would find me VERY googly eyed, kleenex box in hand from August 15th until the first freeze in October. Right now the seasonal allergy that is looming is pollen… I tried OTC drugs for my ragweed allergy or hayfever ... Read on »
How To Buy Allergy Medications by Shilah C. Azib Posted Tue 10 Aug 2010 5:58am Do you suffer from allergies? If you do, you may be looking to turn to medicine to seek relief. If you are, you may be curious as to how you can go about buying allergy medicine. The good news is that you have a number of different options. When it comes to determining where you can buy allergy relief medicine from, you will fi ... Read on »